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  • ...an investment banker whose firm invests in shale gas and underground coal gasification, hosted tables featuring David and Samantha Cameron and the energy minister ...rk for companies that are responsible for large-scale emissions, including coal power plant operators RWE, EDF and E.ON. The remaining members of the Briti
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  • ...gy Research Centre]] | [[UK Onshore Operators Group]] | [[Underground Coal Gasification Association]] | [[Unite]] | [[Water UK]] | [[Whessoe]] | [[World Energy Cou ...gy Research Centre]] | [[UK Onshore Operators Group]] | [[Underground Coal Gasification Association]] | [[Unite]] | [[Water UK]] | [[Whessoe]] | [[World Energy Cou
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  • ...il fuels. What it fails to recognise is that shale gas is 50% cleaner than coal and 30 per cent cleaner than oil. The development of shale gas will actuall ...d has had a moratorium on shale gas, coal bed methane and underground coal gasification since 2015. In June 2016 when the Scottish Parliament voted for a permanent
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  • ...erground Coal Gasification (UCG) process which involves targeting stranded coal and converting it into syngas. The Government ultimately refused to suppor
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  • ...-five-quarter-harry-bradbury Five-Quarter: “Win-Winning” Solution from Coal], Natural Gas Europe, 21 March 2014, ...of Five-Quarter. While the company is pursuing a form of underground coal gasification, rather than fracking, it is still part of the unconventionals industry.
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  • ...erground Coal Gasification (UCG) process which involves targeting stranded coal and converting it into syngas. The company is awaiting planning and environ ...underground-coal-gasification-britain/ Coming to Britain: Underground Coal Gasification], New Internationalist blog, June 20, 2013, acc 17 November 2013 </ref>
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  • ...Cluff has even threatened to withdraw his investments in underground coal gasification. This was all coordinated with [[Charlotte Street Partners]] dinners with [ ...CNS, which was holding public exhibitions about plans for underground coal gasification, and had invited council members to discuss these plans. It was advised how
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  • ===Underground coal gasification licences in England, Scotland and Wales=== ...cation involves injecting oxygen and steam underground to release gas from coal seams. It is a highly polluting process.
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  • ...n Climate Change]] (IPCC) Assessment on Climate Change advocates replacing coal energy with shale gas in the short-medium term to lower carbon emissions. < ...-shale-gas-and-geothermal-industries Government proposals to simplify deep underground access for shale gas and geothermal industries], ''GOV.uk'', 23 May 2014, 2
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